Reader Gives Tips For Low Cost Food Pantry
To read the story referenced, “How To Stock An Emergency Food Pantry For Less Than $60,” click here.
I have all of these things and more in my storage. I have added oatmeal and wheat to mine. I don’t see the point of flour — I can’t see it storing very well and even so, for what? Bread would be a luxury in a survival situation. If I need flower I’ll just grind the wheat into flour with my hand meal. Canning is a must if you want meat and fresh veggies. Other than that, you can’t go wrong with carbs to stay alive
To read the story referenced, “9 Winter Survival Items Your Bug-Out Bag May Be Missing,” click here.[For a winter survival kit,] I would add a pair of dark sunglasses, as if you need to walk for hours on the snow in a sunny day, the white becomes almost blinding (or maybe put some charcoal under your eyes before going out to avoid the reflection). If you get glasses, in my experience of mountaineering the best ones are those that have leather patches on the sides, so that neither the sun nor the wind can get to your eyes.
To read the story referenced, “4 Reasons Super Glue Should Be In Your Survival Kit,” click here.
Good article. You just convinced me to add superglue to my survival bag!